The competition was a tremendous success and bowlers are looking forward to the next one.
Residents from Chatsworth and surrounding areas are encouraged to participate.
Organisers were certainly pleased with the outcome of the event and thanked everyone who played an instrumental role in making the day highly memorable.
Robin Peterson said, “Having played in the Coca-Cola® KhayaMajola Week myself, I can testify that this tournament is a significant stepping stone in the career of a young cricketer.”
Linus Naik had been a member of the Cape Town and the Johannesburg Supporters Club previously, and after moving to Durban in 2012, he realised that there wasn’t an official club on the East Coast.
Over 500 guests enjoyed the evening and were enthralled with the achievements of the federation.
The tournament had spurred other initiatives within the community with regards to the future of the youth, education and job creation being of importance.
Run by the Shito-Ryu Karate Institute, qualified instructors have trained hundreds of youth over the last 13 years at the youth centre. Classes cater for residents from five to 25-years-old.
Anyone currently questioning cricket’s commitment to grassroots development in the country need only cast their eyes over any of the multiple KFC Mini-Cricket festivals taking place on a number of playing surfaces around South Africa.
The camaraderie and cheerful atmosphere throughout the day inspired a general consensus that the Winkelspruit/Chatsworth competition becomes an annual event.
In 2011, she represented eThekwini Netball at the SA Spar National Championship Tournament that was held in Cape Town.